I just wanted to post a note that yes, I am still making custom leather bags from used leather jackets! I’ve been pretty busy lately working on custom orders and have not been able to get to all of my emails. Please be patient if that is you – I will get back to you very soon!
Remade USA is my leather jacket to bag transformation service. These bags are handmade by me, and made to order using the jackets that my customers send me. These leather jackets usually have special meaning to them and I create beautiful, new and useful bags from them.
These bags make beautiful gifts and keepsakes that that will be cherished. (I was super busy during the holidays!) They are awesome gifts with meaning for the person who appreciates more thoughtful things that they will want to hold on to.
If you are interested in this service, please send me a note, along with a photo of your jacket to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give you more info – such as prices and timing.
I recently met up with NYC based artist, Lincoln Mayne, a friend of a friend. We chatted about life as a creative in business stuff. He makes art. The kind you look at and the kind you use. I especially love this shirt.
I’m a total minimalist when it comes to dressing, but I love killer accessories (go figure!). I fell in love with this onesie by Stella McCartney x goop and think our Tulum clutch looks gorgeous with it, as well as some of my other favorite pieces.
1. Moon Journey scarf by Helen Dealtry, $225
2. Lotus necklace by Me & Ro, $2800
3. Charcoal jumpsuit by Stella McCartney x goop, $1240
4. Tulum clutch by Shannon South, $260
5. Van Doren slip-on by Vans, $55
6. Klaia cage ring by Odette, $138
I’m running a few months late on this news, but I’m happy to say that one of my favorite online boutiques, Beklina, is carrying my bags. They’re stocking two totes. One is a collaboration between Lina Rennell and I using her gorgeous ikat printed faux suede. The other is my Montauk tote in camel.
They have such a beautiful collection and do such a great job of presenting it.
Thank you, Angelina!
A great new store just opened in Beacon, NY that is carrying a beautiful collection of local, independent designers, mainly from the New York area.
Reservoir and Wood is the brainchild of the talented fashion designer, Erin Murphy of EM Reservoir. The store is stocked with awesome pieces from Erin’s collection (she has her studio in the back – every designers dream!) as well as a few other clothing designers, furniture designers, a candle maker, jewelry designers and bags (including mine!).
A perfect day trip out of the city is just an hour and a half by train to the stunning old Nabisco factory turned museum, Dia:Beacon. After getting your fill of the great installation artists Serra, Judd, Chamberlain, etc, a walk down Main Street will lead you to some cute new shops and restaurants, including Reservoir and Wood.
Grand Opening: Saturday, March 9th from 5-9pm. There will be live music and drinks to sip, plus many of the designers whose goods are for sale there will be hanging out to meet and chat. RSVP here.
Address: 460 Main Street, Beacon, NY | Website | Facebook
It feels like forever since I’ve posted and I have a list of things I want to post about! For now, I just want to let all the store buyers out there know that I will be showing at my 2nd capsule show in a couple days, here in NYC. Wha-hoo! I have a new collection that I am very excited about, so please drop me an email for info or stop by the show!